You can also use your space as a training facility where businesses and their employees can come to learn about things like construction, landscaping or even drone operation.
If you want to grow plants on your property, you can construct a greenhouse or simply offer your plants for sale at a roadside plant market.
Beekeeping is another in-demand business that requires a fair amount of space in order to operate safely.
Roadside attractions like the world’s largest spool of thread or unique old museums can also be businesses, as long as you charge admission or offer a gift shop or other type of paid attraction.
If your land is near a road or high traffic area, you can construct a billboard or similar type of outdoor advertising structure and use it as a money making opportunity.
Antiques markets are popular in rural areas and can take up a lot of space. So you can set up your own antiques market that people can visit on your property.
Or you can set up a carpentry workshop and use the space to build large pieces of furniture and other structures.
Farmers’ markets are often hosted by cities and community organizations. But if there’s a need in your area, you could set one up on your land and charge a small fee for vendors to participate.
Or you could offer your land as a space for other businesses to host pop-up shops and events.
Outdoor Yoga Studio
If you have a scenic or serene piece of land, you could open up your own outdoor yoga studio or facility for similar activities.
It’s also possible to set up an outdoor art installation that people can pay to visit. Or you could allow people to visit for free and simply charge for things like food or merchandise.
Outdoor Photography Studio
You might also consider using your land as an outdoor photo studio so you can take unique landscape and portrait photos.
And if your vacant land is adjacent to some local attractions, you could simply set up a parking lot and charge a fee for people to park there.
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